Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Adam"

People with the first name "Adam"

Adam Abin Adam Alirez Adam Antonkiewicz Adam Auerbach Adam B. Erickson Adam Baggs Adam Balasoglou Adam Barry Adam Bastien Adam Beißel Adam Benham Adam Berna Adam Bracey Adam Calvin Adam Capell Adam Catron Adam Ciresi Adam Conboy Adam Condran Adam Cornish Adam Crossingham Adam Dell Adam Deshner Adam Desipio Adam Divalentino Adam Dujka Adam Enevold Adam Fielding Adam Fifield Adam Findlow Adam Fitzpatrick Adam Florin Adam Fossey Adam Fuentes Adam Gassner Adam Gautier Adam Gaviller Adam Gawkowski Adam Glielmi Adam Grosskopf Adam Hartshorn Adam Hathorn Adam Hecht Adam Heyler Adam Hodgins Adam I. Lahman Adam Johansson Adam Kirchefer Adam Kreutinger Adam Kułak Adam L. Ford Adam L. Friedman Adam Lalicker Adam Laughton Adam Lisk Adam Litle Adam Loxley-Brown Adam Lush Adam Lyness Adam M. Bigge Adam Mallia Adam Mcpherson Adam Natwick Adam Naufal Adam Navon Adam Olmstead Adam Orlandella Adam Ottaway Adam Piersall-Kuhn Adam Piscitelli Adam Prajs Adam Ramdin Adam Reen Adam Ringler Adam Rolla Adam Routley Adam Rozewicz Adam Różański Adam S. Landsman Adam Schmied Adam Senneville Adam Skerritt Adam Skubich Adam Stanton Adam Strothman Adam Swilley Adam Szefler Adam Szuliński Adam Tyrakowski Adam Vanderloo Adam Wahyu Adam Weldon Adam Wenker Adam Wenzl Adam Wilko Adam Wiskofske Adam Wyborski Adam Wysokinski Adam Zarecki Adam Zuniga

Information about "Adam"

Name-day: 24.12.

For this Adam there are 58241 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Adam are: Barish, Aanstad, Adam

In the ranking of the most common first names Adam is on position 62.

During the last seven days Adam was searched for 97 times.

Meaning of "Adam"

Male first name (German, English, French, Polish, Russian, Arabic): Adam, Man, Hebrew (Old Testament); adamah = the red earth, the earth, adam = man; adom = red; origin uncertain clarified, perhaps from Hebrew 'adam' (red) in the Bible, Adam is the progenitor of mankind, because Adam was created by God from earth, it is in the Bible, a word play on Hebrew 'adamah' (red earth), is used by the Jews themselves understood not as a first name, but is the word for 'man'

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